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The Last of the Mohicans Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 14 Summary

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Chapter 14 Summary

The intrepid travelers leave in the opposite direction of the Huron. They walk for hours. At a pond, Hawkeye recalls another battle with the French. He is wary of the pond, superstitious. He states that men were buried so quickly that some were not yet dead. He fears the undead.

Movement is seen, and a voice in French asks, "Who (goes) here?" Heyward readies for a fight, but Cora replies to the young sentinel in perfect French. Cora tells of being taken as prisoners. She states that they are going back to the fort. The sentinel lets them go with a friendly farewell.

The group now must go around the invading army to avoid meeting other sentinels. The way is rougher and more difficult. They finally make their way to the lake next to the fort. There they discover to their dismay the tents of Montcalm's army...

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